Thanks to MySpace, Twitter and Craigslist we now know where some of the lamer reality television “stars” end up. Not that we were that curious. Or curious at all. But here we are.
Lee Marks, also known as Mr. Boston from I Love New York, a 27-year-old who’s MySpace profile says he’s an “reality tv star/Accountant” needs some writers. So there’s a Craigslist ad:
pay up to $100 for dirty one liners (los angeles)
Date: 2009-12-10, 1:25AM PST
Reply to: email@example.com
Client has started a twitter account and needs funny one liners he can add on a regular basis. Will pay up to $100 if your submissions are funny. For a sample of his one liners, please visit his twitter page. If interested, please email us to negotiate a rate
Who says reality television doesn’t employ writers?